Category Archives: Farm Life

11 Ways To Live Like You’re In The Country

1. Slow down when the chickens cross the road. It’s true, chickens really do cross the road. It happened on the way home from soccer practice the other night.  I slowed down for a Barred Rock, a Silkie and a … Continue reading

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Where Do You Get Your Oil Changed?

Things I Value: My husband offered to have me leave my car at home for him to do an oil change (although very kind, that’s not the part I value). Since he’s been building a farm table in his shop … Continue reading

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7 Benefits To Back Pain

As many of you know, my life as a fast moving train was derailed last Monday when my back went out.  After a year of no back problems, a year of thinking my change in employment would eliminate the risk … Continue reading

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What Does Your Armpit Smell Like?

There’s that saying, “It all comes out in the wash.”  Well apparently for me, it all comes out in the armpits.  Here are the facts:  1. In school, I was a “good girl” who didn’t drink or do drugs. 2. … Continue reading

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Why I’m Back, An Update

Thank you to everyone for your kind words upon my reappearance as The Goat Cheese Lady. Where have I been? Well, I have spent the past year as Lindsey: Soccer Taxi Driver. When you live in the country, driving to … Continue reading

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Why Live In The Country?

We have a new neighbor across the street. No, nobody moved in or out, no moving trucks have been on the scene. But a new miniature horse! Life in the country never ceases for opportunities for amazement and as I … Continue reading

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(Suggested) Addendum To Driver’s Manual

There are a few interesting driving techniques that will need to be applied when you take your first trip to my neck of the woods.  I’m not sure if reading this will reduce or increase your stress, but at least you … Continue reading

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